Fans were left devastated when it was reported that The Breakfast Club actor, Judd Nelson had died.
Thankfully, the report was totally WRONG and Judd is alive and well – proven today by his agent.
The photo features the 55-year-old actor holding up an edition of yesterday’s LA Times newspaper.
Judd played bad boy John Bender in the 1984 cult classic The Breakfast Club alongside other members of the Brat Pack such as Molly Ringwald, Anthony Michael Hall and Emilio Estevez as well as St. Elmo's Fire, another cult classic.
We’re glad these awful rumours have been cleared up and that Judd is alive and well!
Fans are in fear for their idol Miley Cyrus following a death hoax over the weekend.
The hoax claimed that the singer had died in her home following and overdose, but was quickly discovered to be untrue.
However, fans are still fearful for Miley following an uncharacteristically quiet few days on her social media.
The Wrecking Ball singer has been documenting her new found love of arts and crafts over Instagram for the last few weeks but has not shared anything with her fans in over three days, leading them to worry for the star.
We’re sure the star is just taking a well-deserved break, but it’s good to see she has fans that care about her so much!
Come back, Miley, we miss you!
Zayn Malik is not dead.
A death hoax involving the 21-year-old One Direction singer took off yesterday, leading #RIPZaynMalik to trend worldwide on Twitter and upsetting millions of fans.
The rumour, which came hours before April Fools’ Day, was fuelled in part by a phony, photo-shopped ‘BBC’ story about Zayn allegedly being found dead in a hotel room.
Fans of Zayn were not impressed with one tweeting, “yes, today is april fools. But this is not a joke at all. This is not funny at all. You crossed the line. Shame on you.”
A similar fake news story in 2011 attempted to trick people into believing Lady Gaga had died.